volume 160, issue 6, P1102-1111 2013
DOI: 10.1016/j.combustflame.2013.01.026
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Abstract: The impact of preheating and dilution on methane/air non-premixed flame stability are studied experimentally. Six preheating levels are considered for initial reactant temperature between 295 K and 850 K in a round jet configuration. Four diluent gases are added on the air-side, either CO 2 , N 2 , Ar or a (CO 2 + Ar) mixture having the same molar heat capacity as N 2. For undiluted flames, jet transition velocities between attached and lifted states are investigated depending on initial reactant temperature. …

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